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Better than hanging a pine tree air freshener in your helmet
In Texas helmets can get pretty sweaty on summer days, and I think most of us don't wash our liners as often as we should. The fact that some helmets make taking the liners out a bit of a hassle doesn't help.
Motorex claims their Helmet Care Spray is antibacterial but I wouldn't even begin to know how to test that. What I can test is how my helmet smells after using it. Before applying the spray my helmet smelled somewhere between an old gym sock and a poodle that had been swimming in a bayou. I then liberally sprayed the Motorex Helmet Care Spray inside the helmet, using my hands to work it into the liner and make sure all areas were covered. When the spray comes out of the can it is kind of like shaving cream.
After swirling the stuff around I used a dry towel to wipe down the liner (the spray works into the material so there's no excess to clean off). It was still a bit damp when I was done so I let it sit overnight.
In the morning I was pleasantly surprised to find that my helmet had a nice aroma, not overpowering or chemical like. There are still some dark spots on the liner but realistically I don't think anything short of a washing machine will get those out. Even though the spots are still there the helmet smells worlds better than it did before I cleaned it, meaning that this stuff has done its job.
I also used a bit on the outside of the helmet to see how it did cleaning the exterior. I think a cleaner specifically for that purpose would probably be better. The outer shell came out shiny but it was still hard to scrape the carcasses of dead bugs off. Being that I like to apply so much when cleaning the interior it seems a shame to waste it on cleaning the outside when there's so many great products just for that.
August 22, 2015
Only for liners, not shells
This listing says it keeps the helmet clean inside and out, but the actual can says it's strictly for liners. I've got a removable liner so this wasn't a problem that needed solving.
April 16, 2015
This product is not bad, dose a nice job cleaning the helmet liner. I gave it 4 stars because it is hard to spray where you want it to go.
October 27, 2014
This product seemed to be just average.
The MotoRex helmet cleaner seemed to do an average job of cleaning the inside of my helmet. It was a little difficult to control the direction of the spray. However it does leave a pleasent smell in your helmet.
August 12, 2013
Product works as advertised!
Easy to apply and keeps the liner smelling like new!
August 15, 2011
Keeps MY Helmet Clean IN& out
October 22, 2009
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A shopper asked:Hello, little unclear on the direction. Do I have to actually remove all the pad, (cheek pad, etc) and leaving just the inside shell of the helmet to spray the form? Or I can just spray the form on the pad and wipe it.Nov 2, 2011
Joel P:This should be used on the helmet's exterior shell and interior padding including the comfort liner and cheekpads. It would probably ease the cleaning process if you remove the cheekpads and, if possible, comfort liner.Nov 9, 2011